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  1. Centennial . Collection . You’re the Top: Cole Porter in the 1930s Indiana Historical Society and Koch International Classics DISC ONE . DISC ONE • 1930-1934 Libby. The New Yorkers (1930) conducted 1. I’m Getting Myself Ready for You Emil Coleman a ...

  2. " You're the Top " is a Cole Porter song from the 1934 musical Anything Goes. It is about a man and a woman who take turns complimenting each other. The best-selling version was Paul Whiteman 's Victor single, which made the top five. It was the most popular song from Anything Goes at the time, with hundreds of parodies. [1] [2]

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    • US
    • Cole Porter Centennial Collection-1934-1936
    • CD, Compilation
  4. You're The Top: Cole Porter In The 1930s - Cole Porter Centennial Collection by Porter, Cole (1993-11-03): CDs & Vinyl

  5. Notes. © 1992 Indiana Historical Society. ℗ 1992 Sony Music Entertainment Inc. / Sony Music Special Products. All selections....have been remastered in their original forms. Manufactured in U.S.A. This is possibly the third disc in a series that includes. Various / Cole Porter - How's Your Romance? - Cole Porter In The 1930s - Disc One 1930-1934.

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  6. Release Date. 1992. Duration. 01:06:37. Genre. Stage & Screen, Vocal. Styles. Tin Pan Alley Pop, Cast Recordings, Show Tunes. Discography Timeline. See Full Discography. High Society (1956) Oscar Peterson Plays the Cole Porter Song Book (1959) The Columbia Album of Cole Porter (1983) Night and Day: The Cole Por (1988)

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